The Simply Indie Podcast is a show brought to you by the Simply Indie Film Festival in Edmond, Oklahoma. Each episode features a guest from within the Oklahoma film industry and creative scene. These conversations will focus on what's going on in the film world, as well as each guest's journey to where they are today.
On this episode of the Simply Indie Podcast, we talk with Cherokee Nation Film Office Director Jennifer Loren about her start in journalism to the docuseries "Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People", how the CNFO was created and the services they provide for Indigenous filmmakers, what The Cherokee Film Studios, Owasso Campus has to offer, and more.
On this episode of the Simply Indie Podcast, we talk with Mekko Toretto about how creating his own characters for "Jurassic Park" helped spark his film journey, the experience he had on "Reservation Dogs", his upcoming short film "Herbie", advice for filmmakers looking to write & direct their own films, and more.
On this episode of the Simply Indie Podcast, we talk to Melissa Caswell about the program that helped jumpstart her film career, her experience working on the film "Minari", the advice she'd give to someone working on their first film set, and more.
On this episode of the Simply Indie Podcast, we talk with Zoe Sherinian about her work in ethnomusicology, her documentary "Sakthi Vibrations", the classes she offers at The University of Oklahoma, and more.
On this Halloween edition of the Simply Indie Podcast, we talk with Orrin Ponkilla and Cary Thomas Cody about the origin of the Skull Crawlers Movie Club, their scary stories podcast 'Suspend Disbelief', the inspiration behind their short films and brand, spooky stories from the state, and more.
On this episode of the Simply Indie Podcast, we talk with Amy Janes of Green Pastures Studio about how she became a filmmaker, what went into the decision to call Oklahoma home for Green Pastures and the services they offer, the Storytellers Initiative competition partnership with the Cherokee Nation, and more.
On this episode of the Simply Indie Podcast, we talk to Jennifer Ross about transitioning her public accounting experience to the film industry, her take on the film rebate situation in the state, how Tulsa King impacted the local economy, and more.
On this episode of the Simply Indie Podcast, we talk with Jennifer Seaton about her journey to becoming tourism director of Visit Edmond, how Edmond can be there for filmmakers, what the city has to offer, and more.
On this episode of the Simply Indie Podcast, we talk about scary movies and scenes that have made an impact on us as we enter spooky season.
On this episode of the Simply Indie Podcast, we talk with Matt Payne about his time as a writer in LA, his experiences as a travel photographer, the creation of Prairie Surf Media, the current landscape of Oklahoma film, and more.
On this episode of the Simply Indie Podcast, we talk with filmmaker Adam Ropp about how disliking movies got him working in the film industry, the short film "Ghosts", what it's like being a part of the Guthrie Historic Preservation Commission, advice for film producers, and more.
On this episode of the Simply Indie Podcast, Lynzi and Marisa talk about how the Simply Indie Film Festival began, the different aspects of running a film festival, our partnership with FAI, and more.
On this episode, we're talking with actor and producer Randy Wayne about his production company Thunderbird Films, his journey to becoming an actor, relocating from LA to Oklahoma, and more.
On this episode of the Simply Indie Podcast, we're talking about the movies that made a mark on us and what events are coming up for Simply Indie.
On this episode, the Simply Indie team talks with Oklahoma filmmaker Yousef Kazemi about how he got into making films, his job with the Oklahoma Film and Music Office, resources for those looking to get involved with the state's film scene, and more.
On this episode of the Simply Indie Podcast, we talk with filmmaker Jason Head about his experience directing documentaries, his journey into the film industry, film distribution, and more.
In this episode, Simply Indie speaks with Camila Chaves Rojas about her journey into the film scene in Oklahoma, her job as a programmer with deadCenter, and more.
In the first ever episode of the Simply Indie Podcast, hosts Marisa, Lynzi, and Nick discuss what Simply Indie has to offer, what to expect with the podcast, and more.
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The most notorious mass murder in Ohio’s history happened on the night of April 21, 2016 in rural Pike County. Four crime scenes, thirty-two gunshot wounds, eight members of the Rhoden family left dead in their homes. Two years later a local family of four, the Wagners, are arrested and charged with the crimes. As the Wagners await four back-to-back capital murder trials, the KT Studios team revisits Pike County to examine: crime-scene forensics, upcoming legal proceedings, and the ties that bind the victims and the accused. As events unfold and new crimes are uncovered, what will it mean for all involved? What will it mean for Pike County?
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